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Steeped in history, the relationship between the UK and Norway has been strong dating back to the Vikings. Nowadays, 18,000 Norwegians live in the UK and over 13,000 British people live in Norway, working in industries such as oil, gas and hydroelectric. Voted as “the most liveable place on earth” due to the great standard of living and attractive health benefits, it’s no wonder that the British residence and tourism numbers increase. As a global market leader in international delivery, DHL works hard to ensure a smooth, prompt and secure delivery of goods, gifts and other items being sent to Norway.
Firstly, choose the most suitable delivery option for you. You can arrange a courier collection through DHLitNow and DHL by Phone or you can opt to drop your parcel to one of our DHL Service Points.
Secondly, package your items in one of our FREE boxes, remembering not to fully seal your parcel as DHL may need to check your parcel for security reasons. Before sending, please check the prohibited items list and make sure your parcel’s label has all required information, such as the full and correct address, name and mobile number for the intended recipient.
Whether you’re sending a small package or a large package, we aim to deliver your parcel to Norway within 1-2 working days. If you want to check the development of your parcel’s delivery you can use our online tracking tool. This is available online, by phone or by text.
Prices at DHL Service Point are based on the size of the box that you choose for FREE and where your parcel is being sent to. Prices for DHLitNow and DHL by phone factor in the courier collection cost, the size of the delivery and the destination. To compare these prices, you can use our online quote tool.
Even though Norway isn’t in the EU, you won’t need to provide extra customs documents as it still qualifies for free movement of goods. However, alongside DHL’s standard list of items what you can and can’t send, there are extra prohibited items Norway do not except: